Four Faces of Jesus
1. Four Views Of The Good News^2. How The Gospels Begin: The Gospel In Genealogy^3. Only In Matthew^4. Who Is King Of Your Life?^5. Specially In Mark^6. Learning To Serve^7. Particularly In Luke^8. It's Tough To Be Tender^9. Uniquely In...
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1. Four Views Of The Good News^2. How The Gospels Begin: The Gospel In Genealogy^3. Only In Matthew^4. Who Is King Of Your Life?^5. Specially In Mark^6. Learning To Serve^7. Particularly In Luke^8. It's Tough To Be Tender^9. Uniquely In John^10. What It Means To Believe^11. Barabbas And The Cross^12. The Empty Tomb
In this book veteran pastor Leslie B. Flynn shares the insights of a lifetime of Bible study, with particular emphasis on the uniqueness of the various Gospel narratives. Four writers - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - related the good news of Christ's incarnation, ministry, death and resurrection. But why do we have four records? Why four Gospels? Why not just one single biography? Or two Gospels? Or three? Why not five records? When it came time to describe in written form the richness of perfections displayed by Jesus during His thrity-three years on earth, the Holy Spirit inspired four portraits which together were sufficient to provide a well-rounded delineation of His might, meekness, mercy, and majesty. Each of the Gospels reveals a distinctly seperate aspect of His character. Included is an exhaustive bibliography of books for collateral reading for those who want to delve more deeply into the exciting truths introduced in this carefully constructed text.
Flynn, a veteran pastor, shares the insights of a lifetime of Bible study as he explores the uniqueness of the various Gospel narratives of the life of Christ.
Flynn speaks 30-50 times annually in conferences and seminars. Presently, he serves as pastor emeritus at Grace Conservative Baptist Church in Nanuet, New York, where is was senior pastor for 40 years.